In article <email@example.com> you write:
>With Lenny inches from release and Etch time-tested and stable, it's an odd
>thing to want, but I need to install Sarge.
>I just took over management of a production server running Sarge, and I need
>to upgrade it to Etch, at least, in order to get it back on a supported
>platform. Unfortunately, I have no idea if the upgrade will break the
>application it's running, so I want to install Sarge in a VM, copy the
>application files over, verify the app works correctly and then upgrade to
>Etch so I can not only test the app on Etch, but also the upgrade process as
>well (I'm sure the upgrade works in general, I'm wondering if it'll break
>Unfortunately, the only Sarge ISO I have is an old netinst ISO, and it no
>longer appears to work. It seems to be trying to download a kernel and is
>unable to find one on the repository servers.
>A full ISO would work fine, I'm sure, but I don't have one and I can't find
>one (or even MD5 sums) on any of the official mirrors. I can find a couple
>around the net but they're from random sites and I don't like installing
>stuff from sites I have no reason to trust. Ideally, I'd like to find an
>official place to download an ISO. Failing that, I'd like to find an
>official list of Sarge MD5 sums, so I can check the random stuff I'm
>downloading. Another alternative would be to find some way to make my
>netinst ISO work.
We have jigdo files for all of the sarge releases still available, and
full ISO images for the last sarge (3.1_r8).
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. firstname.lastname@example.org
"Every time you use Tcl, God kills a kitten." -- Malcolm Ray
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